By Adam Levine
The Framingham State Rams lost 5-0 to the Lesley University Lynx at the Maple Street Field Oct. 11.
The Rams now hold an overall record of 1-10 and a MASCAC record of 1-3.
Lesley took 15 shots on goal during the game, while Framingham only took two.
After a scoreless first half, Lesley’s offense took over.
Starting in the 61st minute, the Lynx scored five goals to secure their victory.
Framingham’s Tori Potter, who played both as a defender and forward during the game, said, “It was a loss, but we fought.”
She said, “I think our mindset was to play the game that we know how to play.”
Potter said, “We come here every day, practice, work our butts off, and we're just really working as a team to show that on the field.
“It's happened a little bit, but not to the potential that we have,” she added.
Framingham’s Regan Fein, who is listed as a midfielder on the roster, filled in for Jetta Oskirko as the goalie.
Oskirko sat out with an injury.
Fein only played goalie one other time this season in the second half of the 4-0 loss to Keene State Oct. 4, during which Fein allowed three goals and recorded nine saves.
Against the Lynx, Fein allowed five goals and recorded 10 saves.
Framingham travels to Worcester State for a MASCAC matchup Oct. 14.
The Rams’ Megan McAuliffe said, “I think we're excited.
“I think that we've had all odds against us, and that just fuels us,” she added.
Potter said, “I think it'll be a good game. They're always a good team - good competition.”